Twenty-seven countries under the gaze of Jordi Bernadó, a photographer who collects the places and landscapes he has lived: some comical, some excessive, some implausible. This vision speaks of a world where life continues to alter each and every element that would initially appear well-ordered. The author’s course carries us far and wide, making us his travelling companions, indeed his accomplices in the highly personal vision he constructs. Bernadó comes accorss successively as euridite, historian, architect, sociologist, but most often as storyteller. With a perfect mastery of colour ranges, he employs de vocabulary of documentary photography.
Agnès de Gouvion Saint Cyr